La Palina to release Second Goldie - The Laguito No. 5

Goldie Drell Paley, the namesake of La Palina cigars, was the wife of Samuel Paley, who founded the company in 1896. Bill Paley, Sam’s grandson and current owner, created The La Palina Collection Goldie to celebrate the history, contributions and accomplishments of women in the cigar industry. Bill is proud to present the initial release of the new Goldie in late May, with a second release in August of 2013. The La Palina Collection Goldie Laguito No.5 will be limited to 2500 numbered boxes.

Produced at the El Titan de Bronze factory in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, the Goldie is made under the supervision of CONTINUE READING

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Comment by Smokin Logan (Man Angel #1) on April 25, 2013 at 1:55pm

I don't think I have never smoked a La Palina. I think I need to get on the bandwagon.

Comment by The Cigarmy (Kip) on April 26, 2013 at 7:26am

I think they've gained quite a few more fans since releasing some sub-$20 cigars.  Their introduction into the marketplace with sticks that were in the $18-24/each might have been a tough sell.  Subsequent releases have been much more inline with what buyers are accustomed to paying.  I don't know if that is the reason, but I do hear quite a bit more chatter about the brand, and know a few more guys firsthand who smoke them regularly since that change took place.


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